Ford F650 SUV Will Make Your Escalade Look Like A Toy

Vehicles like the Mercedes-Benz G-Class and Ford F-150 are absolutely massive but when it comes to size, they pale in comparison to the Ford F-650.

Built since 2000, most Ford F-650s are used for commercial purposes but there are some people out there crazy enough to drive them around as private vehicles. The person who has listed this F-650 for sale on eBay is one of those crazy few.

What you’re looking at is a 2005 model, meaning it is a first-generation Ford F-650. Not only does it tower over pretty much everything other than dedicated semi trucks, it has no less than six doors and offers three rows of seating. It’s clearly not the type of vehicle for someone who likes to fly under the radar and remain unnoticed while driving around.

Under the ownership of the seller, the huge vehicle has been adorned with a distinctive paint scheme that combines red and white with black flames. Just when you thought things couldn’t get any worse, the owner has gone ahead and fitted a chrome front grille, chrome wheels, and chrome side steps. The word tasteless doesn’t even begin to accurately describe this monstrosity.

Inside, the eye-catching features continue. For example, there’s cream leather adorning all of the seats, dashboard, door panels, and most of the steering wheel. Other component of the cabin are trimmed in wood and black plastic.

While the vehicle may not be very appealing to the eye, the owner has gone to the trouble of fitting various aftermarket suspension components to ensure the F-650 can tackle some difficult terrain. The 7.2-liter diesel engine also seems to have been well maintained and has only travelled for 11,000 miles (17,702 km).

It takes a special kind of person to buy a Ford F-650 for private use, especially one with an asking price of $109,950. Will it sell? Who knows…

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  • Howfarr

    Flamin’ hell

  • Mr. EP9


  • Christian
    • roy


  • TheBelltower

    Rollin’ Dumb.

  • TrevP

    I’ll take the Escalade

  • Scott Rogers

    looks like a great daily driver….NOT

  • Ken Lyns

    Does it fit in the KFC drive-thru, or would you have to leave it idling in the parking lot?


  • Axiom Ethos

    I love when people take a crappy vehicle, spend a bunch of money on it and make it even more crappy. But hey, whatever it takes to make you feel like you own the road and look good doing it!

  • Bash

    WOW, even with the doors are open, you can’t tell what could be going on inside! lol

  • Bash

    Escalade, what Escalade, I would take a Jimny instead.

  • haji

    Was this previously owned by Shaq?

  • ChrisInIL


  • schnittz

    What a useless piece of junk! good luck parking that thing, and probably get like 2MPG.

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